Tropical Serving Tray

 

Whether you are having a relaxing weekend or entertaining guests, this Tropical Serving Tray will be very handy. A purchased inexpensive plain wood tray can be transformed quickly with a built in ScanNCut2 pattern design and a little paint.

Supplies

Brother ScanNCut2 Machine
Brother ScanNCut2 Standard Mat 12″x 12”
Brother ScanNCut2 Standard Cut Blade
Brother ScanNCut2 pattern AR-0030 & BO-A001
Wood tray, approximately 9” x 11”
White acrylic craft paint
Scrapbook paper, one 12” x 12”- tropical design
Thin acrylic sheet, cut to fit interior of tray
Craft knife
Ruler & cutting mat
Craft glue
Paintbrush

 
Instructions

View video here

Place scrapbook paper design side up onto the Standard 12” x 12” Mat. Load mat into the ScaNCut2 Machine.

With ScanNCut2 Machine, set pattern design #AR-0030.  Adjust size to fit the interior of the tray.   Touch OK then cut, and start.

Repeat, cutting two of border design #BO-A00, measuring 11” x .75”.

Using the paintbrush, paint wood tray with diluted white acrylic paint (1 part paint to 2 parts water). Let dry.


Apply dots of glue to the back side of the cut doily design and center onto the inside bottom of tray. Repeat adhering one border design to each side of tray.
Using a craft knife, ruler and mat, cut acrylic sheet to fit the inside dimensions of the tray. Place ruler against acrylic sheet and score with craft knife.  Repeat several times.  Using hands, gently apply pressure to scored line, and break.  Repeat with other sides.  Remove film from both sides of the sheet and insert into the tray, covering the cut design.  Acrylic sheets can be purchased at home improvement, art,  and hardware stores.

Refer to photo, glue one border strip to each long side of tray.

 

Tips:

If you have room on your paper, cut additional sizes of border strips and save for future projects, such as card making.

Cut an additional doily shape to use as a stencil for another project.

If you have your own doily or other design, scan into the ScanNCut2 and cut.

 

 

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